A PRAGMATIC STUDY OF STRATEGIC MANEUVERING IN SELECTED POLITICAL INTERVIEWS

ABBAS DEYGAN DARWEESH, WALEED RIDHA HAMMOODI

Abstract


This study deals with strategic maneuvering in selected political interviews from the pragmatic point of view represented by two interviews with: Cheney and Obama. It falls in five sections; section one is an introduction, section two provides a literature review on strategic maneuvering and the related pragmatic theories to the current study, section three is to develop a model for the process of strategic maneuvering analysis, section four is about the analysis of the data, and section five sums up the conclusions. The study attempts to investigate strategic maneuvering strategies and stages. To achieve such aims, a model is developed for the analysis of strategic maneuvering in the selected political interviews. The findings of the analysis verify the hypotheses represented by the process of strategic maneuvering stages, and strategies in the two selected political interviews. 


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A PRAGMATIC STUDY OF STRATEGIC MANEUVERING IN SELECTED POLITICAL INTERVIEWS

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